A beautiful combination of cultural heritage carried out by international models residing in the Netherlands.
The ‘Brabantse Poffer’ was mainly worn by affluent women in the Dutch province Brabant between 1875 and 1940. It was considered a status symbol and the most expensive fabrics were used. Manufacturing such a hat could take up to 60 hours. Vincent van Gogh made several paintings with women wearing ‘Poffer’ hats; ‘The potato eaters’ is his most famous. Over the years this poffer has evolved into this one that is worn by a Somali lady raised in the Netherlands.
Hollandse Nieuwe: Somalisch meisje in Brabant
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